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One Year Full Warranty - Craftsman 142.18803 Operation Manual

Magnesium finish nailer 16 gauge straight finish nailer
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Warranty ......................................................................
2
Safety Instructions ......................................................
2
Know Your Nailer .........................................................
3
Operation .................................................................
4-6
Maintenance ................................................................
6
Troubleshooting ...........................................................
7
Espa_ol ..................................................................
8-13
Parts and Illustrations List .........................................
14
CRAFTSMAN
ONE YEAR
FULL WARRANTY
FOR ONE YEAR from the date of purchase, this
product is warranteed against any defects in material
or workmanship. A defective product will be replaced
free of charge.
For warranty
coverage
details to obtain free re-
placement,
visit the web site: www.craftsman.com
This ONE YEAR warranty is void if this product is
ever used while providing commercial services or if
rented to another person. For 90 DAY commercial
use terms, see listing on Craftsman warranty web
page. This warranty gives you specific legal rights,
and you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state.
Sears Brands Management Corp. Hoffman
Es-
tates, IL 60179
Read and follow all safety rules and operating
instructions
in this manual and on warning
label of
tool before using this tool. Failure to follow warnings
could result in DEATH or SERIOUS
INJURY. Keep
this manual with the tool.
Keep work area clean and properly lighted.
Keep children,
bystanders
and visitors at a safe
distance from work area while operating
this tool.
Air tool operators
and all others in work area MUST
always wear safety goggles complying
with the
United States ANSI Z87.1 to prevent eye injury from
fasteners
and flying debris when loading, operating
and unloading this tool.
Everyday
eyeglasses
have
only impact resistant
lenses.
These are NOT safety
glasses.
ANSI Z87.1 safety glasses have perma-
nently attached rigid, hard plastic side shields and
will have "Z87.1" printed or stamped on them.
Always wear ear protection.
The work area may
include exposure to excessive
noise levels which
will require necessary
ear protection.
Some envi-
ronments
will require head protection:
use head
protection
conforming
to ANSI Z89.1.
Do not alter or modify this tool in any way.
Do not
use this tool for any application
other than for which
it was designed.
Do not use oxygen, carbon dioxide,
high-pressure
compressed
gas or bottled gases as the power
source for this tool. The tool will explode and seri-
ous personal injury could result.
Never connect the tool to air pressure which could
potentially
exceed 200 PSI.
Use only clean, dry
regulated
air within rated range as marked on tool.
The tool must have a male, free-flow hose coupling
so that all air pressure is removed from the tool
2
when the coupling joint is disconnected.
Failure to
use proper coupling could cause accidental
dis-
charge, possibly causing injury.
Only use air hose that is rated for maximum work-
ing pressure
of 150 PSI or 150% of the maximum
system pressure,
whichever
is greater.
Do not pull trigger or depress contact trip while
connecting
to the air supply, as the tool may cycle,
possibly causing
injury.
When loading the tool, do not pull trigger or de-
press contact trip. Do not point the tool at yourself
or others. Do not place hand or any part of body in
the fastener discharge
area of the tool as accidental
actuation
may occur and cause injury.
Disconnect
tool from air supply before loading or
unloading,
performing
tool maintenance,
clearing
a jammed
fastener,
leaving work area, moving tool
to another location or handing the tool to another
person.
Use only the size and type of fasteners
designated
in the Specifications
list in this manual.
Do not load the tool until you are ready to use it.
Always assume that the tool contains fasteners.
Keep the tool pointed away from yourself and others
at all times.
Never engage in horseplay.
Never pull
the trigger unless the contact trip is in contact with
the workpiece.
Keep others at a safe distance from
the tool while the tool is in operation.
Always remove finger from trigger when not driving
fasteners
to avoid accidental
firing. Never carry the
tool with finger on or under the trigger as accidental
actuation
may occur and cause injury.
Always keep hands and body away from the fas-
tener discharge
area when air supply is connect-
ed to the tool. Grip tool firmly to maintain control
while allowing tool to recoil away from work surface
as fastener
is driven.
If contact trip is allowed to
recontact work surface before trigger is released,
an
unwanted fastener may be driven.
Check operation
of the contact trip frequently.
Nev-
er use the tool if the contact trip, trigger or springs
have become inoperable,
missing or damaged.
Do
not alter or remove contact trip, trigger or springs.
Never use a tool that is leaking air, has missing or
damaged
parts, or requires repair.
Never drive fasteners
on top of other fasteners
or
with the tool at too steep an angle.
The fasteners
can ricochet and cause injury.
Do not drive fasten-
ers close to the edge of the work piece.
The work-
piece is likely to split, allowing the fastener to fly free
and cause injury.
Do not attempt to drive fasteners
into hard or brittle materials
such as concrete,
steel
or tile.
Do not overreach.
Always place yourself
in a firmly
balanced position when using or handling the tool.
Do not attach the hose or tool to your body.
Do not operate tool without fasteners
or damage to
tool may result.
Do not use tool without safety warning label.
If
label is missing, damaged
or unreadable,
contact
1-800-469-4663
to obtain a new label.
Only qualified
repair personnel
must perform tool
service.
When servicing
a tool, use only identical
repair
parts.
Store tool out of reach of children and other un-
trained persons.
WARNING:
Some dust created by using power tools
contains chemicals
known to the State of California to
cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive
harm.

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